How to treat frozen shoulders in fibromyalgia

How to treat frozen shoulders in fibromyalgia

Search pain relief is a major concern for the vast majority of people seeking medical care, and while some forms of pain are very easy to diagnose and treat (or even cure), others have very limited knowledge. A good example of this is fibromyalgia, where chronic pain throughout the body can feel so bad that…

Fibromyalgia and leg pain. Everyone should know.

Do you suffer from fibromyalgia, leg pain? Pain associated with pain points and activation points at multiple sites? Although they are often referred to as contact points, they are actually areas rather than charges. I still have to find someone with fibromyalgia that simply has a point of pain or tenderness. (However, both hot spots and areas of generalized…

I’m hurt and I can’t sleep: Fibromyalgia and sleep disorders

Knowing how to manage your fibromyalgia-related sleep issues is important.T I treat a number of patients with fibromyalgia syndrome. They often come to me with chronic insomnia, and difficulty staying asleep throughout the night. Even when they do manage to get a decent night of sleep, my patients with fibromyalgia tell me they still feel exhausted…

Neurontin and Lyrica are a Death Sentence for New Brain Synapses : Shocking Study

Byron J. Richards, Published 10 Jun 2018 Neurontin and its newer more potent version, Lyrica, are widely used for off-label indications that are an outright flagrant danger to the public. These blockbuster drugs were approved for use even though the FDA had no idea what they actually did in the brain. A shocking new study…

Please Don’t Use Your Religion or Spirituality to Blame Those Who Are Sick

First, I’m not going to tell people not to practice their religion or spiritual practice. The ability to have diverse experiences and lives is what makes this world beautiful. I am going to address the victim blaming that happens when religion and/or spiritual concepts are used to blame those that experience chronic illness. When you…

I’m Not ‘Sick.’ I Have Fibromyalgia.

The struggle with fibromyalgia is that every day it’s something new. My everyday is a constant battle on an all-terrain track; full of dangers, no idea where I’m going or what I’ll hit next. I’m in an infinity roundabout of symptoms. Every obstacle is calculated to avoid risk but the outcome is never predictable no matter how…

Getting out of the Fibromyalgia Pain Cycle

Getting out of the Fibromyalgia Pain Cycle Fibromyalgia is a painful, often debilitating condition with many symptoms. The causes can seem mysterious, so determining a successful treatment approach can be daunting. In this post I’ll discuss how fibromyalgia can be the result of an ongoing, self-perpetuating cycle of chronic pain, psychological stress, overactive immune system…

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New study: Blood test to detect fibromyalgia pain syndrome

US researchers claim they can detect fibromyalgia by a blood test. Norwegian researcher is skeptical. Researchers in the United States claim they are developing a blood test that can detect fibromyalgia. (Photo: Shutterstock)Karoline Spanthus BjørnfeldtForskning.no May 07, 2019DISEASES Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition affecting connective tissue, muscles, ligaments and tendons. The diagnosis cannot be made by radiographs,…

Letter Apology from a doctor to patients with fibromyalgia

By Amanda Shelley I have excuses to make. I would like to apologize to all the patients I saw in my years of emergency care work who had chronic pain due to fibromyalgia or an autoimmune disease. I would like to apologize for not knowing, understanding, and in some cases not even believing what you…